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from the storm. >>> we have a lot of trees going down and a lot of garage. >> reporter: city and county officials say the banks are not high enough to contain the water when there is heavy rain. last night's storm brought in the highest flow rate since the city first started measuring in 1930. >> it is not in good shape and rebuild the whole levee system and in this particular location they can build flood walls for up to 100 years of flood protection. >> reporter: they know a fix is needed and today they surveyed boils along the levee. it is so saturated along the bank that they are creating what is called a boil or hole and it is bubbling up creating mounds which is allowing water to go into the neighborhoods. >> every year they say they will fix but they never do. i don't know why. >> reporter: the water crested over near university avenue and woodland. this morning they were out surveying the creek and some owners -- some homeowners were out trying to protect their properties with sandbags. >> tomorrow we will probably have the same problem. >> back out here live, you can see city a
destroyed in the 2010 explosion. >>> some city offices will be closed due to the christmas eve holiday. san carlos is closed through january 22nd and all bay area city offices are expected to close tomorrow for the christmas holiday. bay area post offices will close but post office says most locations will close at noon but male delivery will be delivered quickly and post offices will be closed on new year's day. >>> who is checking bart, is it on holiday schedule? >> that is right and tomorrow as well will be on holiday schedule and trains will be 20 minutes apart if you have to get out and about on christmas day. right now we will look at 880 southbound, we have this accident which has cleared over to the shoulder, fedex versus a car and i just want to make you aware of it. in contra costa, highway 4 through bay point, westbound, you can see no problems as you drive towards concord. no delays towards the contra costa -- caldecott tunnel and into orinda it looks good and traffic is looking great in all directions, let's move to rosemary orozco. >>> mostly clear, cool and a we are dry, that
the timeline coming up. >>> how a powerful winter storm shut down 101 and caused flooding in the three cities. >>> and we will resume shortly for a man who went missing after he jumped into a creek here. we will tell you about the traffic stop that started all of that. >> and about to ring on wall street, pam cook has the early stock numbers. stay with us. . >>> oh, right on time, the opening bell in new york and the salvation army, of course they are doing a lot of bell rinking in the past -- ringing in the past month or so and this is monte carlo spreading some christmas cheer, i hear a lot of the nutcracker this time of year because my little one is a ballerina. we will have a short day with all the businesses coming up. >>> welcome to the ktvu channel 2 morning news, i am brian flores, dave clark has the morning off. >>> and we are following news out of marin county where search and rescue teams are waiting to search for a man who went missing overnight. out there with more on what happened just moments before he disappeared, very strange story, alex. >> reporter: yes, the man they were l
's rosemary. >>> and that clear sky, a sight for sore eyes giving you more here over the bay and the city of -- and the city of next. a few high clouds overhead. partly cloudy in some cases. mostly cloudy san jose. mostly clear as you can see over the bay bridge. the pacific satellite view, that storm from sunday, out of here. we do remain with showers just over the sierra through the morning hours as well as fog. if you do plan on making that commute later in the day, that will be your better bet. dry today by later, wet. we do continue with the flood watch over parts of the sonoma bay, guerneville, you should experience some minor flooding in and around the area. mill road, as well as areas in montyrio. the river continues to rise and will so until about 11:00, expected to crest at 30.9 feet within monsterred stage. for the rest of us, we're dry. partly cloudy, mostly clear for today. cool, very cool in some cases. low to mid-30s in areas right around the north bay valley locations. widespread 40s around the bay area and then as we get into the noontime feeling better. low to mid-50s. l
'll introduce you to a doorman that you may already know who he is. he is an icon for the holidays in the city. . >>> one man is dead and another wounded following a shooting in oakland last night. it happened just after 6:00 on 32nd street near chestnut. when officers arrive they had found two men suffering from gunshot wounds. police say the wounded man is in critical, but stable condition and their name ofs have not been released. >>> following the mass shooting in connecticut, ann rubin explains that they want faith communities to lead the charge to end gun violence. >> reporter: inside the 3rd baptist church in san francisco, what began as a prayer for peace quickly turned into a call for action. >> we just need more safety. >> church members say the connecticut shooting has drawn attention to a problem that they deal with daily. gun violence. >> it's happening right now and it's come on, it's time to stop all of this. >> reporter: and so after this sunday's service they found a townhall forum to answer questions and spark discussion. >> it's a moment for us to reflect about who we ar
. >> reporter: robert, you'll be close cover. locked and loaded, rolling out, radio is on. target city on this night, san leandro. >> initial contact is the most dangerous. >> reporter: special agents from the california department of justice are on the hunt. >> it appears nobody is home at this time. report but they keep moving. door to door looking for a number of people, people who they say lost their rights to own guns but who still have them. >> you can't see behind the security door. >> reporter: he talked about it. in this instance, they knocked on the door and the woman mentally disabled, she not suppose to have a 9-millimeter, she had it. they also found this shotguns and shells that go with it. >> she's prohibited until 2017. report -- >> reporter: john alerts us to new numbers. as of last month, the california doj says more than 2700 of these individuals live in the bay area. east bay resident who lives a few doors down where where agent confiscated a shotgun and ammunition. he likes the action the state is taking. >> somebody have a large extensive criminal record shoul
. >>> rain pounded the pavement in oakland this afternoon and flowed swiftly to storm drains across the city. a drench that had many people running to their cars today. >>> the storm has both forced fremont police to -- cancel a dui checkpoint instead those officers will be out on the roads looking for drunk drivers. >> reporter: as if the pouring rain and wet roads weren't dangerous enough. >> you think a lot of people are drinking and driving out there? >> yes, yes. because it's a holiday. that's what they do. >> reporter: the california highway patrol reports drunk driving has already caused 15 fatal crashes on california roadways during this first part of the long holiday weekend. that's compared to just three deaths during the same period a year ago. >> when you mix alcohol and you mix the rain, you have a bad recipe there and it's usually a recipe for disaster. >> reporter: in the first two days of a maximum enforcement period in the bay area the chp says there have been three fatal crashes and 111 dui arrests. >> we've seen a lot of people being involved in collisions because they mi
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